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  • Snippets and Vignettes: Romain Laurent’s Looping Portraits

    Snippets and Vignettes: Romain Laurent’s Looping Portraits
    GIFs are a great way to go when you’re looking to express your point on the Internet nowadays but how does it fare when it comes to letting out some artistic steam? Just look at photographer Romain Laurent’s hilariously creative animated portraits and see what we mean.
  • Stellar by Ignacio Torres

    Stellar by Ignacio Torres
    Don't be surprised if you get stuck in a trance while staring at these starry, glittery GIFs by New York-based photographer Ignacio Torres. Cool results considering the models were chucked handfuls of dust per shot. See more of his work after the jump.
  • Fashion Production Process in Stop Motion

    Fashion Production Process in Stop Motion
    The First cycle is a stop motion animation fashioned for fashion designer Borre Akkersdijk. In the piece that aired at the Paris fashion week, as an introduction to the fashion show, the audience is introduced to the creative concept of the designer through fiction.
  • Ode to the Joy of Books

    Ode to the Joy of Books
    Imagine this was part of a grand symphony known as a the 'bookth' movement, because of the moving, dancing, books! This delightful, magical, stop motion video shows an entire bookstore in Toronto, Canada, being organized, by two, very talented, bookmaker's elves!
  • ImageTech 3D fx: Three-Eyed Alien Mutant Camera

    ImageTech 3D fx: Three-Eyed Alien Mutant Camera
    The ImageTech 3D fx camera is part of a family of "lenticular" 3D cameras that were part of a future that never arrived. At one time they were touted as the next great revolution in photography, but high camera costs and high processing fees proved to be too prohibitive for most hobbyists, so they died a slow death. That's great for us though because that means you can get them cheaply, and with a bit of time and a bit of software, you can still get some pretty cool results.